Archive for June 18th, 2013

US Begins PEACE TALKS With the Taliban After “Mullah” Omar Allowed to Escape “With Dignity”
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US Begins PEACE TALKS With the Taliban After “Mullah” Omar Allowed to Escape “With Dignity”

Senior US officials said on Tuesday that representatives will begin formal talks with the Taliban “within a few” days at a new office in Doha, Qatar. The Afghan Taliban opened the office to help restart talks on ending the 12-year-old war, saying it wanted a political solution that would bring about a just government and […]

5 Ways Your Brain Tricks You Into Sticking With BAD Habits
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5 Ways Your Brain Tricks You Into Sticking With BAD Habits

Much of the work I am doing in my doctoral program deals with scholarship on the psychological barriers towards enacting changes we already might wish to implement, what Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey call “Immunity to Change.” Dennis Hong explains that while bad habits can ruin your life, you know on some level that things have to […]

Protesters Tell Senator Feinstein: “Whistleblowing is Not Treason”
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Protesters Tell Senator Feinstein: “Whistleblowing is Not Treason”

By April Short People in pink appeared with drones, tracking devices, and magnifying glasses on the doorstep of Senator Dianne Feinstein’s San Francisco mansion on Saturday, June 15. The group was organized by the women-initiated grassroots peace and social justice organization, Code Pink. Their mission? To protest the Calif. senator’s accusation of treason aimed at 29-year-old […]

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